Santa Monica, California – #6 of the Tesi H2 production run destined to the US. This one’s new with 0 km on the dash!
Santa Monica, California – a former BSB (British SuperBike) racer.
1 of just 249 examples of a model that was never sold in America, this example has been sitting ever since a Roy Kidney restoration in 2002.
Santa Monica, California – this Desmo is incredibly well modified, with carbon fiber wheels (stock included) and the ultra desirable GP7 exhaust!
South Cheshire, England, UK – one of just 32 examples in 1994, this has extensive documentation with race history at the Isle of Man and Ulster GP!
Santa Monica, California – #25 of 45 examples of the Final Edition 3D, the last Ducati-powered Bimota we’ll likely ever see.
Santa Monica, California – #1 of 11 examples of the ultimate Ecosse.
Santa Monica, California – a custom built “to keep it as close to what the factory could have produced in 1974 as possible” with a few concessions to modern brakes and suspension.
Dripping with original Muzzy race parts from Crevier’s, Chandler’s, and Rymer’s bikes, this ZX-7R is currently done up as a tribute to Scott Russell’s #4.
Wellington, New Zealand – Bimota’s Japanese importer created 10 examples of the ultimate SB8K. Here’s #3.
Medley, Florida – built by Moto Studio of Miami, Florida, this is “Das Moto.”
Santa Monica, California – our own race bike!
Albuquerque, New Mexico – recently sold on the MSO as a zero-mile bike, this Benelli has been brought back to life with ample dyno testing and fixes for all known model issues. “This bike has all the major work that would be needed to make it a dependable daily runner. There’s a few Tornados out there. I doubt with all the work like this.”
Larry Pegram’s “B” bike in 2013 when he teamed up with Foremost Insurance and Graves to campaign in AMA Superbike.
Johannesburg, South Africa – one of just 1,500 “C” examples of Honda’s first homologation special.
Santa Monica, California – the star of multiple Cycle World articles, this bike was campaigned twice at the Daytona 200 by Don Canet.
Santa Monica, California – #556 of the limited production collaboration between Diesel apparel and Ducati based on a Monster 1100 EVO.
Santa Monica, California – Transformed to become “the road racer that Bimota should have built instead of their BB1”.
Santa Monica, California – this ELR was originally sold in Canada.
Santa Monica, California – this Tuono has just 764 miles.
Santa Monica, California – this Bonnie was built to compete in AHRMA’s Sportsman 750 and BEARS (British European and American Racing Series) classes.
Santa Monica, California – this GSA has less than 2,000 miles and has thousands of dollars of extras from the Wunderlich catalog.
Who says school buses have to be slow? Here’s one of the two CBR954RRs that were campaigned by Honda and Bruce Transportation Group in AMA Formula Xtreme.
Pacific Grove, California – “The FXDX Dyna Super Glide Sport delivers what many riders may feel is the Holy Grail of cruiserdom: good looks, good power, competent handling and a Harley-Davidson logo on the tank.” Motorcycle Cruiser, 2000. This one takes it even further with an extensive list of modifications.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – in February 1977, Penton introduced a new model that had two extra letters in the name: KR. That’s because the Penton/KR short tracker had been designed and tested by none other than Kenny Roberts himself! Kenny said he built about 25 of them – this is #15, this has been restored with a motor rebuilt by Gary Ellis.
Santa Monica, California – a rebuilt, slightly customized example of Honda’s game-changer.
Pleasanton, California – “If you want a real race machine that could also win a beauty contest, this is the one.”
Santa Monica, California – a classic Bonnie that’s been with the current owner for 33 years.
Johnstown, Ohio – a 1979 frame with a 1981 engine and the glorious sound of an un-baffled Kerker 6-into-2 exhaust.
Santa Monica, California – built by Graves for No Limits Motorsports, this Yamaha R1 competed in the 2002 season of AMA Formula Xtreme and was piloted by Lance Isaacs.
Santa Monica, California – “There’s absolutely no doubt that the R90S is a remarkable motorcycles. It does, or can be made to do, almost everything as well and possibly better than any other road machine you can buy. The Sport is exceptional in numerous areas: speed, acceleration, comfort, cleanliness, operating economy, smoothness, quietness, braking, reliability, and convenience.” – Cycle Magazine.
Santa Monica, California – a low mile (1,027) Street Triple with extensive modifications.
Ocala, Florida – a low mileage (3,441) example of Cycle World’s 2018 (and 2017!) Best Standard Bike.
Kalispell, Montana – offered by the original owner, this Gixxer is almost 100% stock.
🇦🇪 Dubai, Dubai – Entered (but not raced) in the 2003 UAE Desert Challenge, this factory rally racer was restored by the seller in 2019 and is now road legal.
Santa Monica, California – a freshly serviced first-year GSX-R1100 that’s ready to ride.
Santa Monica, California – built by Heartland USA, this is “Heartbreaker” – it’s been a cover bike on Hot Bike magazine.
Santa Monica, California – 1 of 200 examples that Aprilia painted up in a livery paying tribute to their Bol d’Or endurance racer.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania – Discovered as a hardtail chopper, this bike was ‘resurrected (close to) its original glory over a two and a half to three year period.’
Santa Monica, California – this Dream was repainted and mechanically restored 10 years and has covered just 20 miles since.
Santa Monica, California – fresh off a service, this SXV needs nothing but a new rider.
Santa Monica, California – this RS shows just 72 kilometers (44 miles) on the odometer.
Miami, Florida – this well-modified SXV comes with dirt/street setups, an additional frame/subframe/swingarm, an extra set of bodywork, two suspension set ups and plenty of spares.
Santa Monica, California – “If you are not a track-day nut, then the stock 2015 Suzuki GSX-S750 will deliver exactly what you want — it’s the ideal streetbike. It is fast, torquey, and neutral handling. The bike’s easy nature will seduce newer riders with its fun-factor, and yet it will also help keep you safe while your skills improve. Expert riders can thrash it happily and it will take whatever you dish out. Let’s ride!” – Ultimate Motorcycling, 2015.
Santa Monica, California – one of 600 examples (100 for North America) of a limited edition Bonneville built as a “modern interpretation of the classic Bonnevilles that ruled the roost back in the 1960s.” This one has just 7 miles.
Phelpston, Ontario, Canada – a 1 of 1 prototype patented as a “light weight, single track, motorized vehicle that is amphibious, unsinkable, all terrain and all season.”
Marietta, Georgia – “Aprilia Shiver 750 is a thoroughly competent, entry-level naked bike that’s long on fun and short on flaws.” – Motorcycle.com
Santa Monica, California – the baby Gamma!
Santa Monica, California – Introduced in 1982, the Gyro series of scoots are three-wheelers (one in the front, two in the back) where the body is able to lean up to 40 degrees compared to the rear axle. GYRO is actually an acronym, which stands for “Great Your Recreation Original”. Well, the translation’s not great, but you get the idea!
Santa Monica, California – #382 of 500 carbon fiber briefcases created by HRC!
Santa Monica, California – this H2 was restored 15 years ago and has covered just 82 miles since.